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‘Rapunzel’ at Imagination Stage by Julia L. Exline

Imagination Stage presents Rapunzel, a musical fairytale adventure, with Book and Lyrics by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, and Music by Michael Skloff. Director Kathryn...

‘SPIDERMUSICAL: A Second Chance for Awesome’ at Landless Theatre Company by...

Look up in the sky! Slinging through the trees! It’s a bird - it’s a plane - it’s - a nerdy teenage boy in...

‘The Wizard of Oz’ at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia by...

Follow the yellow brick road. Follow the yellow brick road. Follow follow follow follow follow the yellow brick road all the way to Toby's...

New York City Ballet at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

  New York City Ballet Carries on the Message of the Master Ballet troupes have their ups and downs and dancers come and go, but the New...

‘Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You!’ at MetroStage by Doug...

Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You! currently in performances at MetroStage in Alexandria, Virginia, is a wonderful, winning one-man show written and performed...

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ at Arena Stage at the Mead...

The capitol-wide Eugene O’Neill Festival continues its journey with another classic presented at Arena Stage. This time be prepared to enter a day in...

Parallel Exit Physical Comedy Presents ‘Exit Stage Left’ Tomorrow Saturday April...

Parallel Exit Physical Comedy Theatre has made an international name for itself while bringing its unique brand of physical comedy to festivals around the...

An Interview with Playwright and Novelist Jessica McHugh by Teresa McCormick...

Teresa: You and I met just before the opening of your first play, Fools Call It Fate, which is a psychological drama about destiny and...

‘Memphis’ at Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center by...

Coming to you live from the center of your radio dial - the most sensational show hot off Broadway to hit your Hippodrome Theatre...

‘Strange Interlude’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company by Simon Chin

Eugene O’Neill, as Stephen Sondheim has written, was an experimental playwright whose theatrical ambition soared far above his literary accomplishment, which often remained earthbound....

‘Red Riding Hood: A New Fable’ at Olney Theatre Center by...

Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go as The Olney Theatre Center presents Red Riding Hood: A New Fable....

‘Young Olympians and the Most Amazingly Awesome Adventure Ever!’ at...

The fun starts at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre’s Fun Company's production of The Young Olympians and the Most Amazingly Awesome Adventure Ever!  before we...

‘Hopa Tropa Kukerica!’ at Ambassador Theater by Julia Exline

Under the patronage of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Ambassador Theater presents Hopa Tropa Kukerica!, an authentic celebration of Bulgarian culture! Lilia Slavova...

‘Strathmore Presents: Patti LaBelle’ on Friday, March 30, 2012 by Jane...

The one and only Patti LaBelle returned to The Music Center at Strathmore on Friday, March 30, 2012, where she promptly and proudly announced...

On the Waterfront at American Century Theater by Eric Denver

American Century Theater (ACT) is currently producing a  powerful production of On the Waterfront - about the shenanigans of the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) and...

‘A Girl Named Destiny’ at Venus Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Genergy. noun - The study of male and female energies - gender energies - as applicable to roles presented on the stage. This concept is...

‘Frozen’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Humanity in its rarest form comes to light in the Rockville Little Theatre's presentation of Frozen by Bryony Lavery. Directed by Kevin O’Connell, this...

‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Synetic Theater by Natalie McCabe

There is a fine, fine line between loving and loathing, in the “interplay of joy and darkness,” as Director Paata Tsikurishvili, and Founding Artistic...

‘Side Man’ at 1st Stage by Julia L. Exline

1st Stage presents Side Man, a powerful play by Warren Leight about a jazz trumpeter’s insatiable passion for his music, and its destructive effect...

‘The Belle of Amherst’ at Bay Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

"A word is dead when it is said," some say. Emily Dickinson says that it just begins to live that day. And there are...